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News organizations, especially in times of crisis, also have an additional responsibility to give the public reliable reporting, investigations, photographs and to offer readers the best available opinions and analysis on events.

For this reason, from the start of the anti-government EuroMaidan protests on Nov. 21, the Kyiv Post made all of its online content available for free. We continued to do so as Ukraine’s national crisis lasted throughout December and the winter holidays.

However, because the Kyiv Post needs to operate as a business to sustain its brand of independent and trustworthy journalism since 1995, we began charging for some articles on Jan. 13, even as EuroMaidan continues. 

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